Practical Law: W&I insurance 2019 trends report

Gareth Rees : Chief Underwriting Officer

Gareth Rees

Chief Underwriting Officer

Nicholas Lunn : Head of Southern Europe

Nicholas Lunn

Head of Southern Europe

Simon Radcliffe : Claims Counsel

Simon Radcliffe

Claims Counsel

Liberty GTS is pleased to have Gareth Rees, Chief Underwriting Officer, Nicholas Lunn, Head of Southern Europe, and Simon Radcliffe, Claims Counsel, quoted in an article for Practical Law, the Thomson Reuters online legal know-how resource for business lawyers. The trends report examines the use of W&I insurance on private M&A deals throughout 2019.

This article complements the Practical Law W&I insurance practice note, co-authored by Nick Lunn, which outlines the key features of warranty and indemnity (W&I) insurance for buyers and sellers in the context of unlisted company and business acquisitions. You can also access that article here. Reproduced from Practical Law with the permission of the publishers. For further information visit www.practicallaw.com.

Download the Practical Law Practice note, Warranty and indemnity insurance

This website is general in nature, and is provided as a courtesy to you. Information is accurate to the best of Liberty Mutual’s knowledge, but companies and individuals should not rely on it to prevent and mitigate all risks as an explanation of coverage or benefits under an insurance policy. Consult your professional advisor regarding your particular facts and circumstance. By citing external authorities or linking to other websites, Liberty Mutual is not endorsing them.

Practical Law: Warranty and Indemnity Insurance

Nicholas Lunn : Head of Southern Europe

Nicholas Lunn

Head of Southern Europe

Liberty GTS is pleased to have Nicholas Lunn, Head of Southern Europe, co-author an article on W&I insurance for Practical Law, the Thomson Reuters online legal know-how resource for business lawyers. The article examines the key features of warranty and indemnity (W&I) insurance for buyers and sellers in the context of unlisted company and business acquisitions. Reproduced from Practical Law with the permission of the publishers. For further information visit www.practicallaw.com.

Download the Practical Law Practice note, Warranty and indemnity insurance

This website is general in nature, and is provided as a courtesy to you. Information is accurate to the best of Liberty Mutual’s knowledge, but companies and individuals should not rely on it to prevent and mitigate all risks as an explanation of coverage or benefits under an insurance policy. Consult your professional advisor regarding your particular facts and circumstance. By citing external authorities or linking to other websites, Liberty Mutual is not endorsing them.